Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 2, box 3. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Adv.MS.30.5.23 (3 of 14), numbers 26d-36a
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 1781-1820, and undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 23 Items (Whole)

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The contents are as follows: Haddingtonshire (East Lothian) (26d) North Berwick, St. Andrew’s Church; (26e) North Berwick, St. Andrew’s Church; (27a) Dirleton, Collegiate Church, plan, 1817, by Alexander Morton; (27b) Dirleton, Castle, drawing, 1782; reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose (London: Samuel Hooper, 1791), volume 1, facing page 72; (28a) Dunbar, Castle, drawing, 1782, of part; (28b) Dunbar, Collegiate Church, drawing, 1816, of east end; (28c) Dunbar, Collegiate Church,, plan, 1817, by Alexander Morton; (29) Dunbar, Friary, plan, 1816; and, Gullane, Church, plan, 1817; both by Alexander Morton; (30a) Gullane, Church, drawing, [?1785], of interior view by Thomas Cocking; (30b) Gullane, Church, sketch, 1785, of interior; (30c) Gullane, Church, drawing, 1785, of interior; (30d) Gullane, Church, drawing, undated, or armorial bearings on interior of north side; (31a) Haddington, St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, notes and sketch-plan, 1802; (31b) Haddington, drawing, 1757, (of ?copy of print) depicting river, bridge and St. Mary’s Collegiate Church; (31c) Haddington, St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, drawing, 1782, of view from south-east; reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose (London: Samuel Hooper, 1791), volume 1, facing page 82; (32a) Haddington, St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, print of drawing by Hutton (apparently not 31c) of view from south-east, taken from a copy of ‘Archaeologia Scotica, or Transactions of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland’, volume 1 (1792), facing page 64. (32b) Haddington, print, undated, of view of river, bridge and St. Mary’s Collegiate Church; (33a) Haddington, priory, drawing, 1784, of remains; (33b) Haddington, priory, drawing, 1782, of remains; (34) Hailes, Castle, drawing, 1782; reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose (London: Samuel Hooper, 1791), volume 1, preceding page 89; (35a) Innerwick, Castle, sketch, undated, of view from below; (35b) Innerwick, Castle, drawing, 1782, of view from below; (36a) Luffness, drawing, 1802, of Bickerton’s tomb.

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